In the past, Bankroll Fresh has notched a few collaborations with Gucci Mane, appearing on this year's "Fuck That Bitch" and getting a GuWop feature on 2014's "Bring Them Thangs." Despite this, we'd wager that because of his relatively recent ascendence, Fresh
Since dropping his last tape, Life Of A Hot Boy 2: Real Trapper, in April, Bankroll Fresh hasn't given us much in the way of new music, but has seemed very focused on dropping videos for that tape's tracks.
It appears that Bankroll Fresh is making a video for every song on Life of a Hot Boy 2: Real Trapper in tracklist order. He dropped the video for mixtape opener "Behind The Fence" in May and then the "Real Trapper" video earlier this June.
Yesterday, we heard Lil Wayne reminisce of his beginnings in the iconic Cash Money group, the Hot Boys, and now Juvenile and Turk have joined him on a new remix of Bankroll Fresh's record celebrating the group.
There's no denying Project Pat is still the dude, and he's at it again with his latest video "Goon'd Up" featuring Bankroll Fresh off Pat's latest album Mista Don’t Play 2: Everythangs Money.
Revisiting his recently released Life of a Hot Boy 2: Real Trapper mixtape, Bankroll Fresh decides to come through and share the official video for “Behind The Fence”.
Cash Money nostalgia seems to be the new equivalent to New York's recent bout of Dipset homage.
On April 24th, Bankroll Fresh will follow up last year's Life Of A Hot Boy mixtape with Life Of A Hot Boy 2: Real Trapper, and today he's shared the first track from it.
Gucci Mane's output can't be stopped. Despite being locked up for over a year, Mr. Wop has released more mixtapes over the course of his incarceration than many have done in the span of an entire career.
The other week Mike WiLL Made It dropped off the first music video from his Ransom mixtape, the Jace-featured "Fuck U Expect" which you can watch here.
Well, this was unexpected. Wiz Khalifa just dropped off a new track entitled "Simple Conversation" on his SoundCloud, and with no projects currently looming in his future, we're left to wonder where this one will land.
OJ Da Juiceman is gearing up to release his new mixtape, TOWJS (The Otis Williams Jr. Story) on November 23rd, and tonight he’s got another leak for us.
DJ Lil Keem is currently prepping a compilation mixtape titled Internet Traphouse 2, and today, he's dropped off an early leak from the project.
After being featured on Que’s latest single “Fuck Around” just last week, Bankroll Fresh is back today with some original content of his own.
Atlanta's Que has been having a great year so far. Banking on the success of his breakout track "OG Bobby Johnson," he's released the successful Who Is Que EP and some subsequent remixes of the EP's tracks featuring Trinidad James and T.I.
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